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Silicon Valley is abuzz with the Internet of Things (IoT), virtual reality (VR)/augmented reality (AR) and blockchain vendors seeking the Holy Grail of Retail: mass consumer markets where their technology can help fashion designers and retailers survive the "retail apocalypse." At the recent San Francisco Tech Fashion Week, retail experts provided invaluable insights that could save millions of designers, major retailers and small shops from bankruptcy. Here are key insights from three panels. Panel 1:…

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Introduction TESLA as a whole has been going through a rollercoaster of missing investments, restructuring and rebuilding matters in the last couple of years. What didn't change, though, within probably the most technologically advanced automotive company in the world, is their willingness to push AI-related technology in order to improve both their driving experience and, most importantly, to speed the process which will lead to the infamous "driverless experience". Let's analyse the matter in more…

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  By Tim Homuth, VP Sales and Marketing, Simplexity Services LLC | August 2, 2016 | Source: Linkedin We spoke with Howard Heppelmann, Divisional Vice President and General Manager for Connected Manufacturing at PTC, on the current state of the Internet of Things (IoT) as well as the direction he thinks IoT will take in the future. PTC works with more than 28,000 businesses worldwide to help them create, operate, and service products in rapidly-evolving, globally distributed manufacturing industries.…

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By Sanjit Dang, Ph.D.  |  Jan 1, 2018   When it comes to virtual reality, we’re in a classic tech-industry moment: lots of chatter but seemingly little movement. We hear future-focused cheerleading from all corners about VR’s incredible potential, yet the 6.3 million headsets shipped last year is hardly cause for a ticker-tape parade. So what’s holding back VR? The nature of the technology, for starters. VR is not a tweak to an existing platform; it is a tectonic shift in how we interact with…